|Customers mill around the GOTV tent near National Archives.|
A final notice has been issued by the Communications Authority of Kenya for Nairobi residents regarding digital migration signalling that the switch over will not be delayed again.
Digital KE - Digital migration. Analogue switch off for Nairobi and its environs is on December 31st 2014. From Communication Authority of Kenya.
That is the message sent by the industry regulator.
CAK Director General Francis Wangusi was not immediately reachable for comment as his phone was switched off.
But a press conference held earlier today at the Information Ministry offices reiterated that the switch off of analogue signals would go on as planned tonight at 11:59 PM.
A spot check at sales points in the Nairobi CBD found vendors busy selling boxes to customers.
We took a couple of shots of the action between Moi and Tom Mboya Street around National Archives and Standard Chartered area.
|The Star Times tent near Stanchart|
Takes place tonight. Will affect Nairobi and its environs.
Will take place on 2nd Feb. Will cover - Mombasa, Malindi, Nyeri, Meru, Kisumu, Webuye, Kakamega, Kisii, Nakuru, Eldoret, Nyahururu, Machakos, Narok and Londiani.
Set for March 30th.
Garissa, Kitui, Lodwar, Lokichoggio, Kapenguria, Kabarnet, Migori, Voi, Mbwinzau/Kibwezi, Namanga and all other remaining sites.